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October 21, 2016
Information sharing in medical research: Who owns my data?

Information sharing in medical research: Who owns my data?

Data in clinical research studies are helping to improve our lives in many ways

by Nick Hartshorne-Evans
September 27, 2016
Making research everyone’s business

Making research everyone’s business

The expertise of patients and carers is increasingly recognised as an essential component of research and no longer considered just a "nice to have".

by Simon Stones
September 7, 2016
Living with COPD - My Story

Living with COPD - My Story

Whether you are a patient, carer, clinician or interested bystander, my hope is that what I share in my story about living with COPD resonates with you in some way.

by Ian Venamore
August 12, 2016
Nothing About Me Without Me

Nothing About Me Without Me

Whereas in the past, patients were only regarded as study "subjects", nowadays they are playing an increasingly important role in healthcare and clinical research.

by Gary Puckrein
July 7, 2016
Health Technology Assessments: Getting the Right Balance in Medicine

Health Technology Assessments: Getting the Right Balance in Medicine

Scientists spend many years collecting evidence about new health technologies to show they work and are suitable to use in people. However, showing that a health technology works is only part of the story!

by Patient Research Exchange
June 9, 2016
Medicines for mothers-to-be: research during pregnancy

Medicines for mothers-to-be: research during pregnancy

It takes an average of 27 years until a new medicine can be recommended for use by pregnant women. Why is that?

by Patient Research Exchange